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came out this weekend, i think it's a nine-point race according to the local paper there, he's got to do very well in this first debate, and i think he can do it. >> there is the possibility. he is a good debater. to politics in just a moment. first breaking news from afghanistan. local officials tell nbc news that three american troops are among the 14 people killed this morning in a suicide bombing. the taliban is claiming responsibility for the attack. it follows a grim milestone over the weekend where the killing of an american serviceman late saturday pushed the total number of u.s. military deaths in the 11-year war to 2,000. officials say the troops' death on saturday appeared to be the result of another insider attack. as of this past weekend, there have been 52 coalition troops killed from insider attacks in afghanistan so far this year. >> willie, we've been talking about it for some time. what a milestone. what a terrible, terrible milestone. and it seems a tragedy just keeps growing by the day there. the troops we're supposed to be training to take over are turning thei
is closing in on president obama's once-comfortable lead in that state. "the detroit news"/local 4 poll found among likely voters, the race has tightened to be within the margin of error. earlier this month romney was trailing president obama by approximately six percentage points. and with signs that michigan is once again in play, the pro-romney super pac restore our future launched a $2.2 million ad, and the obama campaign is countering with its first network tv ads in michigan. the ads are expected to begin airing today and will run through election day. >> so mark halperin, michigan. i'm sorry. >> go ahead. >> michigan. that's a good poll, right? >> it is. >> michigan's in play now. >> i mean, if you look -- if you think that the quinnipiac poll is right about ohio, then the obama explanation of why they're going into these states is more credible. >> these states being michigan and pennsylvania. >> which is not oh, my god, the sky is falling, we're losing everywhere, we need to play a lot of defense, but rather, you know, they can't win ohio, so they're looking for another place. so we'
your job working at a local restaurant two years ago, you're looking for a new job, you've got children that are, you know, going to be going to college soon. and you're trying to figure out how you stay in the house and send at least one of them even to the local community college, you're looking for a way forward. you want to know, what's going to be different over the next four years? and you just didn't get that from barack obama. now, you don't get that from mitt romney either, but barack obama's the guy that's asking to be hired again. and i've just got to say -- you've got to think after the second debate, this president's laid out no plan for the next four years, no plan. that's got to be devastating in some voters' eyes. >> i think that may explain the numbers you saw, however flawed the methodology may be on the economic poll, where it is easier when you're the challenger to say "x" is not working, and there's not as much pressure to say put in me as "y." so that's working to romney's advantage. but i was thinking last night about bill clinton in the '96 debates and his insist
states to come in to help us. had a couple local mandatory evacuations and state and local and federal officials are working well together. fema's on the ground. mika, i think our people are ready. they're doing the smart thing. and what we're asking people to do right now is today and tomorrow morning will be the worst part of the storm for virginians. stay off the roads. stay inside. know where your emergency shelters are. and be a good neighbor, help one another out. this is a really strange storm, we've got coastal flooding, tropical storm and hurricane-force winds at the coast, eight to ten inches of rain at the coast. and then in southwest virginia, we have blizzard warnings up to a foot or two feet of snow. so it's a very different combination of systems here. but i think our people are ready, mika. >> we talked to connecticut governor danell malloy who told us that the biggest threat to connecticut was the storm surge. what's virginia's biggest threat out of this storm? >> well, it's a little less with the storm surge. i mean, we're going to have levels a little bit below hurri
the anniversary gift. okay, i'll be out of here by 9:00 local time. i have the secret service distract michelle while i hit the hotel gift shop for some kind of anniversary present. let's see, they had a denver broncos sweatshirt. she might like that. the hotel has some nice bathrobes for sale. that could be good. >> excuse me, governor. mr. president? >> i'm sorry, yeah, yeah. what's up? >> mr. president, governor romney has just said that he killed osama bin laden. would you care to respond? >> no, you two go ahead. >> we have run out of time. which brings the first of three presidential debates to a close. i'd like to thank our participants, governor mitt romney -- >> you hear that, mitt romney? you are a badass mother [ bleep ]. >> and president barack obama. >> welcome back to "morning joe." a live look at the white house as the sun comes up over washington. sam stein and harold ford jr. are still with us. and joining us now, adviser to the romney campaign, dan senor. >> good to be with you. >> dan, mika's in a bad mood. >> why are you in a bad mood? >> it's been a rough week. >> oh, come
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$35 million. it's going to be a national effort. it's going to include state and local efforts, social media and it's certainly going to include having ceos spend a lot of time in washington with legislators trying to get them to be sensible. >> and that's critical. if you get a call and you're a congressman or congresswoman and say congresswoman, jamie dimon's on the phone, you pick up the phone. lloyd blankfein is on the phone, you pick up the phone. especially people that hire a lot of ceos in the district, i need you to vote this way. i am looking. it has a huge impact. >> and the ceos are going to be on the phone. they are going to make those calls. >> yeah. okay. >> wes moore, thank you so much. >> thanks a lot, wes. >> we'll be right back with "willie's week in review." [ male announcer ] humana and walmart have teamed up to bring you a low-priced medicare prescription drug plan. ♪ with a low national plan premium... ♪ ...and copays as low as one dollar... ♪ ...saving on your medicare prescriptions is easy. ♪ so you're free to focus on the things that really matter. call
detroit go bankrupt." i'm guessing it's part of -- it looked like it was part of a local tv interview where he didn't -- he was saying it in a negative, it was a very small slice, but they have the audio in there on the headline. i mean, it's just -- that's what they keep driving -- it's not just the auto bailout. they keep driving home that headline that sits, that sat over his op-ed. and that is the central focus of this advertising. then there was another one that had autoworkers speaking out. i mean, it is -- it's the entire campaign out here. >> yeah. i want to throw something completely different in that we haven't gotten to yet this morning, richard, front page of "the wall street journal." kind of gives you a sense of the climate that's beginning to encircle washington. >> yep. >> and also the president's policies. chief executives from more than 80 big-name u.s. corporations from aetna are banding together to pressure congress to reduce the federal deficit with tax revenue increases as well as spending cuts. and a couple more lines from this, the ceos who signed the manifesto
me. >> not you. we think it's fabulous for the city of boca that boca is not known as a little local bedroom community, but as the vibrant metropolis of thriving businesses and we're here to support the city all we can. >> the growth of boca itself, when you came from north florida, the population was 26,000. it's now 75 or 80 -- >> it's 86,000 now. we've exploded in the last 25, 30 years, boca raton is a whole different place. as gary mentioned, we are not a sleepy community any longer. we are vibrant, active. very, very business oriented, young community. >> why are you looking directly at me when you say sleepy community and young. >> well, do you think you fit that description, or -- >> no, not at all. >> me either. >> thank you. >> we're young. we're young. >> gary, we've seen the menu, tasted the food. it's all great. you have the usual guys -- cooking, doing a great job. the usual breakfast menu. what else is on the menu? >> special "morning joe" scrambled eggs, especially for joe. a tremendous breakfast pizza designed especially as a brunch item. traditional french toast, muf
on crop growth. or where the local clinic is. how society is totally connected and this is the power of this movement. >> it's good news that too often did you want get out there. >> where can people get involved and take action? give us your best pitch. >> the best way to take action is to go to globalcitizen.org and take action to end poverty. we have brought together some of the world's greatest charities. we have them all together in one space at globalcitizen.org so people can take action. >> hew evans, thank you very much. great to have you on the show. >>> business before the bell is next. keep is right here on "morning joe." ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing the all-new completely re-imagined 2013 chevrolet malibu. sleek new styling... sophisticated dual cockpit design, and sport sculpted seats. available chevrolet mylink infotainment system. the all-new 2013 chevrolet malibu. ♪ refined comfort to get you in a malibu state of mind no matter what state you live in. ♪ tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment o
slipped it in a local interview. >> right. >> on how he was going to start paying for his tax cuts. >> absolutely. he finally provided the specifics. it's a radical plan. the guy says he's going to get rid of the mortgage interest deduction and the charitable deduction for rich people. i mean, it is -- you know, that's a big deal. and obama wasn't up on it. it was as if his campaign hadn't noticed. >> was it overconfidence on the obama team? what was it? >> god, i don't know. it seemed like overmedication. i mean, he was just so dull. and i also felt that he never made eye contact with me on tv. he was talking to jim lehrer. and he was talking to the audience in the hall. and he was talking to romney. >> did you notice, though, he seemed most comfortable talking to jim lehrer. >> yeah. >> wouldn't really look at mitt romney. he was looking down at his notes an awful lot. do you agree with the general assessment that some people made last night -- and i heard this morning on the set as well -- that this president, because of the bubble, is just not used to being talked to that way?
. >> that was so [ bleep ] radical! >> a long-board skater got a real feel for the local wildlife of colorado's buffalo bill downhill blood spill race. rider and deer were both okay somehow after the collision that was thoroughly enjoyed by the dude who captured it on his helmet cam. >> holy [ bleep ]! that was so [ bleep ] radical! >> skater meets deer still is second, though, to last year's bicycle rider meets 300-pound leaping antelope. >> whoa! holy cow! >> at number two, catch of the day. a fisherman on jupiter beach in florida hauled in a big one this week. the rare 400-pound marijuana fish. >> you're going to need a bigger boat. >> the guy stumbled on a million bucks worth of weed as it washed ashore in burlap sacks. that particular kind of catch, sources say, is best served wrapped in parchment, smoked slowly and finished off with a giant bag of cool ranch doritos. and the number one story of the week -- >> i'm sure this was the most romantic place you could imagine here with me. >> mitt romney jolted his campaign this week when he stood toe to toe with the president of the united sta
will support moderate candidates in various state and local and congressional races who have shown a willingness to work in a bipartisan fashion. >> could you ask the mayor to give us some money? >> yeah, you've got to run for some pac money. >> unless you work in louisiana. "the detroit news," after years of promises that electric cars would end the nation's reliance on oil, sales have barely gotten off the ground. this is distressing. ford motor company, for example, sold only 228 focus electric cars in september. and earlier this week, a one, two, three systems which won a quarter billion dollars in stimulus money to make electric car batteries declared bankruptcy. you know what? it's depressing. and it's happened to the volt. it's just taking a while for these electric cars to come off the ground. >> from our parade of papers, "the chicago tribune" in what's being called a landmark study, a report showing taking multivitamins reduce the risk of cancer 8% among middle-aged and older men. the result comes as a surprise because previous studies of individual vitamins offered mixed
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